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Yamana Gold : “When the financials move up, gold goes down,” Cramer says. “That’s the way it works. They can’t all go up at once.” He’s sticking with Yamana as a play for when things go bad.

Electronic Arts : Cramer is giving up on this one. It refuses to rally and it seems to be dead in the water.

Total System Services : Cramer doesn’t think TSS will be independent in a year. He likes it as a takeover and on its earnings.

Finisar : “Their time has passed,” he says. They didn’t get the big orders and now FNSR is a “don’t buy.”

Celgene : Cramer likes it on the pullback. Every time there’s been an 8% pullback in CELG it has been miraculous, he says, and this time will be no different.

ConAgra : ConAgra is not as bad as it used to be, Cramer says, although it has a serious raw cost problem.

Sappi : “You stay long Sappi!”

Washington Group : After being acquired yesterday by URS , Cramer says there is only one thing to do: “You must sell Washington Group right now!”

Volvo AB : “This is an amazing stock that I’ve missed entirely,” he says. Between the great industrial business and fabulous yield, Cramer would back up the truck even right here at $21.

Buld-A-Bear Workshop : This company is too wildly inconsistent for Cramer to recommend it right now. Although if the stock goes back to $25, he would pull the trigger.

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